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Governance Principles for Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century. Decker, D., C. Smith, A. Forstchen, D. Hare, E. Pomeranz, C. Doyle-Capitman, K. Schuler and J. Organ. 2016.  Governance Principles for Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century. Conservation Letters 9(4):290-295.
 
Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in Alaska, the Northwest, & the Southeast Dayer, A. A., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman. 2017. Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in Alaska, the Northwest, & the Southeast. HDRU Publ. No. 17-4. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.
 
Reducing Toxic Exposure from Fish Consumption in Women of Childbearing Age and Urban Anglers: Results of a Two-Year Diary Study Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, J. Niederdeppe, and B.A. Knuth. 2016. Reducing Toxic Exposure from Fish Consumption in Women of Childbearing Age and Urban Anglers: Results of a Two-Year Diary Study. HDRU Publ. No. 16-3. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.
Characteristics, Activities, and Attitudes of Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators in New York 1992.  W.F. Siemer and T.L. Brown.  HDRU Publ. Series 92-1.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  74 p. 
Taking a Non-traditional Path to Hunting in New York: Insights and Implications for Recruitment and Retention 2016.  M.R. Quartuch, R.C. Stedman, D.J. Decker, W.F. Siemer, M.S. Baumer, and L.R. Larson.  HDRU Publ. Series 16-2. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  40 pp.
Impacts of Aquatic Invasive Species on Sport Fish and Recreational Fishing in the Great Lakes: Possible Future Scenarios 2016. R.C. Ready, T.B. Lauber, G.L. Poe, L.G. Rudstadm, R.C. Stedman, and N.A. Connelly. HDRU Publ. Series 16-1.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  91 p. 
Toward shared understandings of ecosystem-based fisheries management among fishery management councils and stakeholders in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. 2016. Biedron, I., and B.A. Knuth. Marine Policy.  70:40-48.
 
Needs Assessment of Hudson River Estuary Streamside Landowners: Flooding and Stream Management Behaviors, Motivations, and Education Preferences. 2015.  G. Gary and S. Allred. HDRU Publ. Series15-1. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  55 pp.
Communication about Conflict Species in Florida: Insights from Message-Testing Research about Coyote, Black Bear, and Lionfish 2015. W.F. Siemer, H. Lu, M.S. Baumer, and D.J. Decker. HDRU Publ. 15-3.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  117 p.
Hunter Satisfactions with Deer Harvest Opportunities in New York State 2015. W.F. Siemer, D.J. Decker, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 15-5.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  38 p.
Hunter, Landowner, and Local Resident Viewpoints on the Central Tompkins County Deer Management Focus Area (DMFA) 2015. W.F. Siemer and D.J. Decker. HDRU Publ. Series 15-4.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  67 p.
Residents’ attitudes about deer and deer management in the Central Finger Lakes Management Unit 2015. Siemer, W. F., E. F. Pomeranz, D. J. Decker, and R. C. Stedman. Residents’ attitudes about deer and deer management in the Central Finger Lakes Management Unit. Human Dimensions Research Unit Publication Series 15–10. Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 38pp.
 
How Motivated Reasoning and Temporal Frames May Polarize Opinions about Wildlife Disease Risk 2015. Roh, S., McComas, K.A., Rickard, L.N., and Decker, D.J. Science Communication 37(3): 340-370.
Existing AIS outreach messaging – similarities and differences 2015. Lauber, T.B. Presented at a workshop on Research Findings on Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Programs and their Target Audiences. Paul Smiths and Clayton, NY.  September 2015.
 
Understanding the Multi-dimensional Structure of Pro-environmental Behavior 2015. Larson, L.R., Stedman, R.C., Cooper, C.B., and Decker, D.J. Journal of Environmental Psychology 43: 112-124.
Stakeholder Engagement in Wildlife Management: Does the Public Trust Doctrine Imply Limits? 2015. Decker, D.J., Forstchen, A.B., Pomeranz, E.F., Smith, C.A., Riley, S.J., Jacobson, C.A., Batcheller, G.R. Journal of Wildlife Management, 70(2): 174-179.
Are Wildlife Recreationists Conservationists? Linking Hunting, Birdwatching, and Pro-environmental Behavior 2015. Cooper, C., Larson, L.R., Dayer, A., Stedman, R.C., Decker, D.J. Journal of Wildlife Management, 79(3): 446-457.
Bait dealers' response to AIS education and outreach 2015. Connelly, N. Presented at a workshop on Research Findings on Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Programs and their Target Audiences. Paul Smiths and Clayton, NY.  September 2015.
 
 
Anglers’ and boaters’ responses to AIS education and outreach 2015. Connelly, N. Presented at a workshop on Research Findings on Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Programs and their Target Audiences. Paul Smiths and Clayton, NY.  September 2015.
 
 
AIS outreach program capacity – opportunities and limitations 2015. Connelly, N. AIS outreach program capacity – opportunities and limitations. Presented at a workshop on Research Findings on Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Programs and their Target Audiences. Paul Smiths and Clayton, NY.  September 2015.
 
The Role of One Health in Wildlife Conservation: A Challenge and Opportunity 2015. Buttke, D.E., Decker, D.J., Wild, M.A. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 51(1): 1-8.
The Welfare Impacts of Bird Damage and its Control in California Wine Grape Production 2014. A. Anderson, S.A. Shwiff, and W.F. Siemer.  Journal of Wine Economics 9(2):135-170. doi:10.1017/jwe.2014.16
Activities and Satisfactions of Fall Turkey Hunters in New York State 2014.  W.F. Siemer, J.R. Boulanger, D.J. Decker, and M.S. Baumer.  Human Dimensions Research Unit Publ. Series 14-1.  Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. of Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  46 pp. 
Human Dimensions Research Needs for Great Lakes Fishery Management 2014.  N. Heck, R.C. Stedman and M. Gaden.  HDRU Publ. Series 14-2.  Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. of Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  23 pp.
Understanding Non-traditional Hunters in New York: Initial Insights and Implications for Recruitment and Retention Research 2014.  L.R. Larson, R.C. Stedman, D.J. Decker, M.R. Quartuch, W.F. Siemer, and M.S. Baumer.  HDRU Publ. Series14-10.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  30 pp.
Locavore Preferences for Wild Fish and Game: Implications for Wildlife Recreation in New York State 2014.  K.G. Tidball, M. Tidball, L.R. Larson, P. Curtis, L. Poindexter, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 14-6. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 73 p.
Incentives to Encourage Landowners' Management for New England Cottontail Rabbit Habitat in New York's Eastern Hudson Valley 2014.  Allred, S.A., R.C. Stedman, and G. Gary.  HDRU Outreach Publ. Series 14-1. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  2 pp.
Communication about Conflict Species in Florida: Findings from Study Task I 2014. W.F. Siemer, M.S. Baumer, and D.J. Decker. HDRU Publ. Series 14-4.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  146 p.  
How do Suburban Coyote Attacks Affect Residents' Perceptions? Insights from a New York Case Study 2014. W.F. Siemer, D.J. Decker, J.E. Shanahan, and H.A. Wieczorek Hudenko. Cities and the Environment (CATE): Vol. 7: Issue 2, Article 7. Available at
Reckoning Perverse Outcomes of Resource Conservation Policies Using the Ecological Footprint 2014. T.J. Lawrence and G.R. Robinson. Ecological Indicators 41: 87-95.
Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach to Boaters and Anglers in the Lake Ontario Basin 2014. T.B. Lauber, N.A. Connelly, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 14-5. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 59 pp.
Public Trust Philosophy for Fish and Wildlife Management: Implications for Human Dimensions 2014. T.B. Lauber, D.J. Decker, and E.F. Pomeranz. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19(5): 393-396.
Understanding Decision-makers’ Perception of Flooding Risks and Climate Change 2014. S.A. Allred, A. DeGaetano, M. Mullen, and C. Tse. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Sector Applications Research Program (SARP) NOAA-OAR-CPO-2012-2003041Final Report. 62pp.
A Comprehensive Review of National Park Service Ungulate Management: Second Century Challenges, Opportunities, and Coherence 2014. Plumb, G., Monello, R., Resnik, J., Kahn, R., Leong, K., Decker, D., Clarke, M. Natural Resources Report NPS/NRSS/BRMD/NRR 2014/989. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.
How Can More Women of Childbearing Age be Encouraged to Follow Fish Consumption Recommendations? 2014. N.A. Connelly, T.B. Lauber, J. Niederdeppe, and B.A. Knuth. Environmental Research 135: 88-94.
Reducing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens in the Great Lakes: The Role of Bait Dealers 2014. N.A. Connelly, T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 14-8. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 41 pp.
Reducing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens in the Great Lakes: The Role of Anglers 2014. N.A. Connelly, T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 14-7. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 36 pp.
Roles of Boating Facilities, Bait Dealers, and Angler and Boating Organizations in Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species in the Lake Ontario Basin 2014. N.A. Connelly, I.S. Biedron and T.B. Lauber. HDRU Publ. Series 14-12. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 44 pp.
Anglers Who Use Baitfish in New York and Their Views on Recent Regulation Changes 2014. N.A. Connelly and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ. Series 14-3. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 40 pp.
Implications for Urban Environmental Education 2014. Lauber, T.B., Tidball, K.G. Cities and the Environment 7(2).
Building Local Capacity to Respond to Environmental Change: Lessons from New York State 2014. L.R. Larson, T.B. Lauber, and D.L. Kay. CaRDI Research & Policy Brief Series. Issue Number 63. 2 pp.
Building Local Capacity to Respond to Environmental Change: Lessons and Case Studies from New York State 2014. L.R. Larson, T.B. Lauber, and D.L. Kay. CaRDI Reports. Issue Number 16. 25 pp.
Public Trust Principles and Trust Administration Functions in the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation: Contributions of Human Dimensions Research 2014. J.F. Organ, D.J. Decker, S.S. Stevens, T.M. Lama and C. Doyle-Capitman. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19(5): 407-416.
Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management: Perspectives of Fishery Management Councils and Stakeholders in the New England and Mid-Atlantic Regions 2014. I.S. Biedron and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ. Series 14-11. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 32 pp.
An Extension Education Program to Help Local Governments with Flood Adaptation 2014. G. Gary, S.B. Allred, and E. LoGiudice. Journal of Extension 52(4): Article 4IAw6.
Challenges for Multilevel Stakeholder Engagement in Public Trust Resource Governance 2014. E.F. Pomeranz, D.J. Decker, W.F. Siemer, A. Kirsch, J. Hurst, and J. Farquhar. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19(5): 448-457.
The Inevitable Fusion: Integrating Ecology and Human Dimensions in Wildlife Management 2014. D.J. Decker. The Wildlife Professional 8(1): 52-54.
Impacts Management: An Approach to Fulfilling Public Trust Responsibilities of Wildlife Agencies 2014. D.J. Decker, A.B. Forstchen, J.F. Organ, C.A. Smith, S.J. Riley, C.A. Jacobson, G.R. Batcheller, and W.F. Siemer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38(1): 2-8.
Stakeholder Engagement in Wildlife Management: Does the Public Trust Doctrine Imply Limits? 2014. D.J. Decker, A.B. Forstchen, E.F. Pomeranz, C.A. Smith, S.J. Riley, C.A. Jacobson, and G.R. Batcheller. J. of Wildlife Management 79(2): 171-354.
Principles of Public Trust Thinking 2014. D. Hare and B. Blossey. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19(5): 397-406.

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